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Logic & Programming
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Logic and Programming Order No. 542254 Introduction During the early part of the 20th century, the troops of the U.S Navy had occupied Pearl Harbor that was situated on the island of Oahu. The U.S troops had been commissioned at Pearl Harbor in April, 1940 to deter Japan’s aggressive moves in the Pacific.
This alliance was clearly directed towards the United States to deter them from entering into war. The alliance demonstrated to them that if they entered the war, they would have to deal with the three great powers. Therefore, in January 1941, the Japanese Combined Fleet Commander Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto planned for a surprise attack against the U.S Navy at Pearl Harbor. The main reason why Admiral Yamamoto took such a decision was because he was well aware that the Japanese did not have sufficient resources to carry on a long war against the United States and hence 1 advocated a surprise and sudden attack on the US Fleet to destroy it with a single crushing blow. Vice- Admiral Nagumo was in charge of the Japanese strike force that set sail on 26th November, 1941 from Kurile Islands. On 7th December, 1941, Nagumo’s fleet attacked the U.S Fleet at Pearl Harbor. There was great damage to both life and property as a result of the attack. A second attack followed which led to further damage. In retaliation to the attack on U.S, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the United US Congress waged war against Japan. Another of the chief causes of the Pearl Harbor bombing was the careless attitude of different people in responsibility towards the important information they came across but did not take necessary action immediately. ...
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